League of Legends
The League of Legends team is a Varsity title at Boise State and players are eligible to receive scholarships. The team (10-16 players) are selected from current and incoming Boise State students.
Summer scholarship tryouts will be held online July 7th, 9th, 14th, and 16th from 12-3 MT . Sign up here!
Existing varsity players will also participate in the tryouts.
- Competitive play between candidates with observation from directors, coaches, and analysts.
- Teaching, demonstration, and knowledge assessment.
- Competitive scrims with teams inside and outside of Boise State University
Players will likely play for several hours at a time in the same groupings while receiving coaching and instruction between rounds, maps, and games. Players will play their primary role. Groups will be switched and/or players substituted. Please do not audition with a preset squad in mind. Flexibility is key.
Availability for the varsity teams in Overwatch is Monday and Wednesday (and occasionally as scheduled Friday) from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM and League of Legends and Rocket League Tuesday and Thursday (and occasionally as scheduled Friday) from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Night scrims will be scheduled around team availability but will likely be Tuesday or Wednesday during a 2-hour block. Some travel may also change the schedule.
Players must be enrolled full time at the university to play on varsity esports teams. They do not need to be enrolled full time during auditions.
They must maintain a 2.5 GPA to be eligible to participate in matches or scrims and must abide by the code of conduct.
Team Benefits include:
- Recognition as official varsity team of the university
- Open access to Battleground training center
- Broadcasts, highlights, features, press
- Scheduled season / arranged scrims
- Coaching by pros
- Gear / Jerseys
- Potential for travel
- Potential for scholarships/financial aid opportunities
- Maintain grades and academic performance
- Maintain competitive preparation and readiness
- Attendance at team practices and selected matches
- Uphold the “Bronco Code”, Student-athlete conduct agreement
- Maintain guidelines outlined in Boise State eSports student-athlete handbook